That’s right, folks, I’ve published my first photo book, and the first book from my grand trip cross country. Going into my trip, I wanted to walk… Read more “Published My First Photo Book from Trip”
Just in case you didn’t know.
After a few months away from the blog I am back. I worked at Big Bend National Park for 4 months and traveled to 50+ national parks,… Read more “Back from My Trip!”
That’s right, move over kids, it’s the adult’s time to junior ranger this thing. Most people don’t realize it, but anyone of any age can complete a… Read more “Junior Park Ranger for All Ages”
National Park Service There are approximately 2,300 National Park Service Law Enforcement rangers and United States Park Police officers responsible for securing and protecting more than 84… Read more “National Park Service and U.S. Park Police Reflect on Duty and Sacrifice During Police Week”
After stormy weather hit the park, Yosemite National Park is open once again. Now, hop into your truck, load up your rucksack and trekking poles, and head out.
So in my research for Seasonal Park Ranger, Wilderness Ranger, and National Park Ranger, I realized there was a requirement I was sorely lacking: EMT training. That… Read more “Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician – NOLS”
One of many reasons I look forward to being on hiking trails in spring and summer is seeing and photographing wildflowers. Among many places in the U.S.… Read more “Awaiting Desert Wildflowers”
Holidays on the road require special planning to abate homesickness. For Christmas 2016, after a 4 month commitment to living on the road, we decided we needed… Read more “A Big Bend National Park Celebration”